Police and Crime Commissioner wants to hear from the public about their policing priorities

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Donna Jones with police officer

Hampshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner wants the public to tell her what their policing priorities are.

Donna Jones has launched a public consultation to develop her new Police and Crime Plan. The consultation, which is open for 10 weeks, will help set clear policing priorities over the next four years.

Donna Jones said: “Being re-elected as your Police and Crime Commissioner for a second term is an overwhelming endorsement of the work I’ve delivered to date, specifically the recruitment of 650 additional police officers, bringing back named and contactable Local Bobbies for every community and opening ten more police stations and front counters. 

“Now, I want to get started on what we can do next. By hearing from you, I can develop policies and initiatives that resonate with the unique needs of where you live. Each pledge in my new plan will be designed based on direct feedback from you. 

“Your views will form the bedrock of my new Police and Crime Plan which is why I want to hear from as many people as possible.”

Please click on the link to fill out the survey. 

The survey will be open until August 19. 

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